Having access to the right information at the right time is at the heart of a social worker's ability to do his or her job in a timely and efficient manner. Being able to process and organize information received helps ensure that productivity increases, even as the industry as a whole is seeing more pressure.
It has been a little over 5 weeks now since I’ve been involved with Global Vision Technologies and the experience with this great organization has been humbling. Obviously with any new occupation, there are bumps and hurdles to get over, but sometimes the bumps in the road make you appreciate the workers involved in paving the ways to success.
There's a common (and unfortunate) misconception out there that certain industries are perfectly fine relying less on technology than others. Social workers, healthcare workers and people in similar professions don't necessarily have a pressing urge for information management and case management software because most of their day is spent in-person.
IT investments are crucial for any organization, but they cannot succeed without careful budgeting. To avoid common mistakes and place your initiatives on a firm financial foundation, make sure to:
My name is Heather Lytle and I work for a non-profit family organization called F.A.C.T. F.A.C.T. staff work to support families that include a person with a disability. We are an organization that hires parents and guardians of people with disabilities who then in turn support other parents and guardians using a peer mentor approach.
We are launching a new series on our blog: TELL US YOUR STORY! In this series we are featuring stories, situations and testimonies of how clients have used FAMCare to their advantage and how FAMCare has helped. In some ways - it helps new readers of our blog understand the many different ways FAMCare is being used in the real-world.